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Geoffrey Service, MDGeoffrey Service, MD

Otolaryngologist

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

“I view my role in the patient/physician relationship as primarily a teacher to inform patients about their disease and treatment options, then discussing what options makes sense for them. If we elect to undergo a surgical procedure, it is then my role to carry this out to the best of my ability. ”

Specialty: ENT

Professional Interests & Specializations:
- Hearing loss
- Chronic ear disease
- Hearing implantation: Bone Anchored Instruments, Cochlear Implantation

 About Me

Length of time at OMC:
When I first returned to the Midwest ENT, I started a general otolaryngology practice at a large practice in the Twin Cities. While seeing a wide breadth of ENT issues, I specialized in chronic ear disease and hearing restoration. In January of 2020, I started as an Otologist at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center as well as an Otolaryngologist at Midwest ENT working in partnering medical centers like Osceola Medical Center.

Why do you like working at OMC?
I look forward to participating in the care of western Wisconsin. I have always enjoyed treating a full scope of ages, from pediatrics to elderly with a wide scope of ENT issues. In addition, I look forward to partnering with the great health providers at OMC.

What is your philosophy of care?
I view my role in the patient/physician relationship as primarily a teacher. My job is to inform patients about their disease and their treatment options, then using this information to discuss what options makes sense for them. If we elect to undergo a surgical procedure, it is then my role to carry this out to the best of my ability.

What do you like to do when you’re not at OMC?
Most of my free time is absorbed by two teenage boys and all of their activities. When I do get some moments to myself, I am either in the garden, running, or baking bread.

Fun Fact about me:
The name "Service" is a bit unusual. It is a Scottish name, and may have originally meant bar-keep or innkeeper.

 Education & Training

Education:
- University of Minnesota Medical School: Minneapolis, MN (2003)
- Mayo Medical School: Otolaryngology Residency (2009)
- California Ear Institute: Palo Alto, CA: Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery Fellowship (2011)

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Dr. Service is accepting new and existing patients. To schedule your ENT appointment, call Osceola Medical Center at 715-294-2111.

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